Wake Up Call (Phil Collins song)
|"Wake Up Call"|
|Single by Phil Collins|
|from the album Testify|
|B-side||"Hey, Now Sunshine"|
|Producer(s)||Phil Collins, Rob Cavallo|
|Phil Collins singles chronology|
"Wake Up Call" is a double A-side 2003 single release by English singer Phil Collins from his seventh solo album Testify, released in 2002. The song was released in a double A-side format alongside "The Least You Can Do".
The music video made for "Wake Up Call", showed Collins waking early and going around Switzerland giving a wake-up call to local residents. Before long, a crowd gathers to follow him and starts to pester him with questions, of which the last question enquires about a possible Genesis reunion, to which Collins shakes his head and makes a funny face. However, he did re-unite with Mike and Tony in 2007 for Turn It On Again: The Tour.
The song failed to make a huge impact on the charts, suffering from the poor reception Testify received upon release.
- "The Least You Can Do" – 4:23
- "Wake Up Call" – 4:14
- "Hey, Now Sunshine" – 5:02
"Wake Up Call"
All instruments played by Phil Collins except:
- Tim Pierce: guitars
- James Sanger: additional programming
- Arranged by Phil Collins and Daryl Stuermer
|Dutch Singles Chart||78|
|German Singles Chart||87|
|UK Singles Chart||86|
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